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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Octobw 29, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 Sad weekend for Ranger fans Perreault breaks leg Canadian Press The fans at Buttalo s Memorial Auditorium sat in stunned silence and stared at a patch of ice below. There lay their idol, Gilbert Perreault. after he collided with team-mate Mike Robitaille. who had been dealt a solid check by Brian Spencer ot New York Islanders with live minutes gone in the se- cond period. The smooth-skating Buffalo Sabres' centre had to be re- moved on a stretcher. And, for about the next eight weeks, the Sabres will be without Perreault, who suffered a broken left leg in the Sabres' 5-2 win over the Islanders. Elsewhere, New York Rangers were hammered 7-2 by Pittsburgh Penguins in New York. Chicago Black Hawks and Toronto Maple Leals battled to a 1-1 tie, Minnesota North Stars tied 3-3 with Boston Bruins and Philadelphia Flyers nipped California Golden Seals 2-1. Saturday, the Rangers dropped a 3-2 decision to the Islanders while Montreal Canadiens defeated the North Stars 4-2, the Bruins edged Toronto 3-2, Philadelphia blanked the Penguins 6-0 as Bernie Parent recorded his third shutout. Detroit Red Wings nipped Los Angeles Kings 3-2 and St. Louis Blues tied Chicago 4-4 There were divergent opinions on how Perreault's injury occurred. Linemate Richard Martin said he felt it happened because Perreault's skate caught in the ice while Robitaille said he thought the leg broke when he fell on his team-mate Perreault and Gerry Meehan scored within the space of 14 seconds for the Sabres in the first period to offset goals by Lome Henning and Andre St. Laurent. Jim Lorentz scored what proved to be the winning goal at 4.28 of the middle period, 34 seconds before Perreault's accident In New York, the Penguins held a 54 lead at the end of the first period and drove starting goalie Gilles Villemure from the game. Al McDonough and Lowell MacDonald scored a pair of goals for the Penguins, who had just scored 19 times in seven games this season before their visit to New York. In Chicago, a goal by Mike Pelyk at of the third period gave the Leafs their draw with the Black Hawks. Dennis Hull scored his fourth goal of the season for Chicago in the second period of a game dominated by goaltenders Dune Wilson of the Leafs and Tony Esposito of Chicago. Wilson was credited with 25 stops and was particularly Egers sent to Rangers ST. LOUIS St. Louis Blues have traded Jack Egers to New York Rangers in ex- change for Glen Sather and a player to be named later. The National Hockey League team announced the trade Sunday. Sather. 30, has appeared in only two games with the Rangers this season and has no record. Last year he had 11 sharp in the second period, blocking shots by Hull, Pit Martin and Jim Pappin. Minnesota remained the only winless team in the NHL after their sixth tie this season in Boston. Centre Murray Oliver and defenceman Tom Reid scored in the third period with Reid's 30-foot shot zipping past Ken Broderick with remain- ing in the game to tie the score. The so-called home ice advantage only worked for Edmonton Oilers in World Hockey Association action Sunday. The' Oilers took a 7-5 win over Vancouver second triumph in a row over the same strengthen their first-place lead in the West Division. "We play better on the road because most of the other rinks have bigger ice sur- said coach Billy Harris, whose Toronto Toros lost at home 3-2 to Chicago Cougars. It was the sixth game without a two the Toros in Toron- to's Varsity Arena. "Both Winnipeg and Van- couver are bigger and that al- lows players like Wayne Carleton and Pat Hickey to tlv." Harris said. Wheat Kings suffer loss and lj assiss. Minor Hockey A full slate of games were staged in the Pee Wee Hockey- League over the weekend. Friday-night, a pair of se- cond period goals propelled the Totems to a 3-1 victory over the Pintos while in two other matches the Bisons edg- ed the Flyers 5-3 and the Sabres and Blues battled to a 4-4 draw. Gerry Heathcoat, Brad Smith and Byran Norland tallied a goal apiece to pace the Totems' attack over the Pintos while Barten Olesky replied in a losing cause. Roy Husch fired in two big goals m the Bisons win over the Flyers while singles came off the sticks of Roy Goldstein, Andrew Bedford and Tim Rohovie. Flyer marksmen were Phil Hewko with two and Foron Ellis with one. The Sabres needed a three- goal performance from Ron Terakita to tie the Blues 4-4. Doug Shostak scored twice for the Blues. In Saturday's action, Wyatt Blair registered a hat-trick to give the Flames an easy 7-0 victory over the Bears. Mark Woloysn added a pair of markers in the lop-sided win while Tom Heringer and Rory MacLennan chipped in with one each. MacLennan also aided in three others for a four-point night which helped Neil Pomahac record the shutout. Bradley Misak's two second period goals lifted the Canucks to a hard-fought 5-4 decision over the Vikings. John McFadden, David Dragurnd and Lonny Kucheran chipped in with singles while Barry Strelien, John Kuhn, Frank Zappone and Steve Shipley replied for the Vikings. A pair of goals in the final period of play lifted the Jets to a hard fought 3-1 victory over the Bears in a Pee Wee League encounter Friday night. Robert Earl. Doug Canadine and Danny Zrimm led the Jets' attack with a goal each while Bobby Cousins replied in a Incjnrr By The CANADIAN PRESS Brandon Wheat Kings final- ly lost their first game of the Western Canada Hockey League season Sunday night, to their closest competition. The Wheat Kings, who had won eight and tied one of their previous nine starts, lost 5-2 to Flm Flon Bombers. The win gave Flm Flon 15 points, two less than Brandon, leaders of the Eastern Division. In other Sunday games. Sas- katoon Blades tripped Swift Current Broncos 5-2, Regina Pats whipped Medicine Hat Tigers 6-2. Winnipeg Clubs edged Kamloops Chiefs 3-2 and New Westminster Bruins shut out Calgary Centennials 2-0 In the only Saturday game, the Bruins lost 7-5 to Victoria Cougars. In Flm Flon, Ray Maluta, Al Hilher and Robin Watt scored third-period goals to give the Bombers their victory. Watt and Hillier had scored earlier goals that were match- ed by Kelly Greenbank and Dale'Anderson of the Wheat Kings In Winnipeg, a penalty to Marc Severyn of Kamloops with less than two minutes to play led to Gary Wagner's winning goal. Wagner had scored earlier in the third period to move the Clubs into a 2-2 tie. Danny Cuntz also scored for Win- nipeg. Randy Andreachuk and Gord Stewart scored for Kamloops. In Swift Current, the Bron- cos sagged in the second period, allowing Saskatoon to score three goals to take the victory Ralph Klassen, Ron Ashton, Garth Dietrich, Bob Bourne and Fred Williams scored for the Blades, with Brian Back and Dave Williams scoring for the Broncos. The win kept Saskatoon in third place in the east with 13 points, one more than Regina. The Pats kept pace by pas- ting the Tigers in Medicine Hat Rob Laird scored two goals to spark Regina. with others coming from Mike Wanchuk, Greg Joly, Dave Faulkner and Clark Gillies. Boyd Anderson and Barry Dean scored far the Tigers. In other games. Quebec Nordiques took an away-from- home 3-2 win over Houston Aeros and Los Angeles blank- ed the Golden Blades 2-0 in New York. Saturday's results were. Edmonton 6, Vancouver 2; Minnesota Fighting Saints 5. Winnipeg Jets 2: New England Whalers 3, Los Angeles 1: and Cleveland Crusaders battled to a 2-2 overtime tie with Houston. Weekend scorers SUNDAY Buffalo 5 NY Islanders 2 Buffalo Perreault, Meehan, Lorentz, Gould, Luce; NY Islanders Hen- ning, St. Laurent. Pittsburgh 7 NY Rangers 2 Pittsburgh MacDonald 2, McDonough 2, Polis, Apps, Pronovost; NY Rangers Park, Stemkowski. Philadelphia 2 California 1 Philadelphia Kindrachuk, Clemente; California Patrick. Minnesota 3 Boston 3 Minnesota Goldsworthy, Oliver, Reid; Boston Esposito, Bycyk, Vadnais. Toronto 1 Chicago 1 Toronto Pelyk; Chicago Hull. SATURDAY Philadelphia 6 Pittsburgh 0 Philadelphia Clarke 2, Saleski. MacLeish, Bladen, Nolet. Boston 3 Toronto 2 Boston Esposito 2, Vad- nais; Toronto Ullman, Pelyk. Montreal 4 Minnesota 2 Montreal F. Mahovlich, Lefley, P. Mahovlich, Gainey; Minnesota Hextall, Stan- field. Detroit 3 Los Angeles 2 Detroit Collins, Red- mond, Harron; Los Angeles Marotte, Goring. NY Islanders 3 NY Rangers 2 NY Islanders Potvin 2, Westfall; NY Rangers Williams, Ratelle. St. Louis 4 Chicago 4 St. Louis Merrick 2, Awrey, Harbaruk; Chicago Pewis, Russell, Martin, Tallen. Breaks leg Sunday Buffalo Sabres' high-scoring centre Gil Perreault collided with teammate Mike Robitaille, background, (foreground) grimaces in pain after hitting the ice, after a hard check from Brian Spencer of the New breaking a bone in his lower left leg. Perreault York Islanders. The Sabres won the game 5-2. Nightingale toast of the town TURCOTTE TO TRAVEL PIETERMARITZBURG, South Africa (Reuter) Ron Turcotte of Grand Falls, N.B., will be among 12 top jockeys from seven countries who will ride in a race for three-year-olds Nov. 17, it was announced Sunday. By JOHN SHORT CALGARY (CP) Lynn Nightingale of Ottawa achiev- ed the transition from schoolgirl to champion Satur- day night before about fans in the free-skating seg- ment of women's individual competition in the first annual Skate Canada event. A fall as Miss Nightingale completed a difficult triple salchow took little from per- formance. She streamed past Jean Scott of Renfrew, Scotland, who had led after two rounds, and second-place Barbara Terpenning of North Vancouver, B.C. Miss Scott sagged to third place in the overall standings and Miss Terpenning. held on to second. Canadians won five medals in the three days of formal competition, paced by Toller Cranston of Toronto and Miss Nightingale. Ron Shavers of Cambridge. Ont.. was a close second to Cranston in men's combined standings while Louise and Barry Soper of Vancouver earned silver medals tor se- cond place in the dance com- petition. Miss Scott finished fifth in the 1973 world championships at Bratislava, Yugoslavia, while Miss Nightingale finish- ed 10th The Ottawa youngster was particularly brilliant un- der the pressure caused bv her seventh-place finish Thursday in compulsory figures. She said after her victory that the fall had not affected her. "I thought it was better to trv something like that here, m an invitational meet, rather than in a national competition or something like the world's championships." The closest race in the com- petition. which involved almost 50 representatives of 10 countries, occurred in men's singles where Shavers spotted Cranston a big early lead in compulsory figures and then sliced away at the margin. Shavers was named first by a majority of judges in Satur- day's free skating and Friday's compulsory skating programs. Free skating accounted for 50 per cent of the total points, with 30 per cent provided for compulsory figures and the remainder for the short com- pulsory skate Cranston said he expects to improve as the 1974 world championships at Munich draw near Shaver earned extra points Saturday in artistic impres- sion but Cranston reduced his edge somewhat with a fine showing in technical merit. Each drew a perfect 6 0 score in technical merit from one of nine judges and Cranston had a slight margin among the remaining eight. The Sopers finished second behind the ultimate winners in all three segments of dance Green and Glynn Watts of Streatham. England Inna Moiseeva and Andrei Minikov of Russia finished third Barbara Berezowski and David Porter of Toronto were seventh and Debbie and John Dowdmg of Oakville. Ont.. eighth in the dance com- petition. DUNLOP FORD'S Exhibition Pavilion November 6th to 10th Goodbye racing Announcing the official Secretariat done TORONTO (CP) Secretariat bid goodbye to horse racing fans shortly before 5 p.m. EST Sunday, about 45 seconds after the super horse waved goodbye to the rest of the field in winning the Canadian International Championship Stakes. Running a comfortable se- cond to Kennedy Road, owned by Mrs. Art Stollery of Toron- to, Secretariat shifted into passing gear three furlongs from home and won going away in two minutes, 41.4 seconds, fourtenths off the record on the Marshall turf course at Woodbine race track. His handy was 6V2 lengths up on second-place Big a great ending to a sensational career. The three-year-old chestnut colt a son of Bold Ruler, has been syndicated for and will stand in stud at Paris, Ky. hope I'll get another like said his Irainer Lucien I.aurin "He's not a horse, he's a said Ron Turcotte, his jockey in 15 of 16 wins in 21 starts "This is the greatest piece of animal that I'll ever lay my eyes on. let alone said Eddie Maple, his rider in Sun- day's win. "Certainly we'll miss cam- paigning such a wonderful horse, I'm certainly glad it's over." said Penny Tweedy, owner of Secretariat. Secretariat went out a big winner, boosting his earnings by to bring his bankroll to the fourth best ever for a thoroughbred. Only Kelso, Round 'Table and Buckpasser earned more, but they also ran more often than the magnificent Big Red. Sunday when he made his move, the crowd of roared its was the Secretariat they had come to sec and make a l-to-5 favor- ite despite the fact he had never gone miles before. He paid and Big Spruce, ridden by Angel Santiago, paid 40 and while third-place Golden Don. ridden by Mike Manganello. returned The rest of the 12-horse started from the in this order: Presidial, Fabe Count. Triangular, Top of the Day, Twice Lucky. Kennedy Road, Tico's Donna, Roundhouse and Fun Co K. At the start. Kennedy Road, a noted sprinter, took the ear- ly lead with Secretariat runn- ing a close second. The two pulled away from the field, but Secretariat's power was too much for the Canadian- owned horse. While Secretariat streaked to vic- tory. Kennedy Road faded to a ninth-place position. Maple, asked if he had any doubts about winning and be- ing able to shake Kennedy Road, said: "He hung tough, but not tough enough. I had the feeling we had him. No Sir, I never hit him at all." We invite you to come in and see the NEW FALL FASHIONS from FIRTH CLOTHES, and enter your name in our DRAW BAR- RELL for worth of prizes to be drawn for this week. BARRY MATHEWS MEN'S SUITS 20% Off our entire selection of SUITS, including the NEW FALL lines from FIRTH CLOTHES. MURRAY LESLIE SHIRTS Sizes and styles for all the men in your family. Leather Coats Full size range available from JACKETS to TOP COATS All alterations extra welcome Bond Street College Mall Phone 329-3411 ;